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Gaming PC Under $600 (US) – Our Build of The Week

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This week we will be providing a Custom PC for a bit cheaper than last week, getting a Gaming PC under $600 is a bit more difficult then $800 but it should perform very closely with this AMD system. This build will be focused mostly on gaming performance, with some room to upgrade in the future and overclockability out the ... Read More »

NewerTech Wireless Aluminum Keypad Review

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Did you purchase one of the new 5K iMac’s and are eagerly awaiting to dig in and frolic in incredible graphics and fluidity with OS X Yosemite? We know we sure would! But are you a fan of the number pad found to the right of your keyboard? Easily punch in numbers and calculations without even thinking. Well the iMac’s ... Read More »

Samsung Announces Mass Production of Industry’s First 20nm-based 8Gb DDR4 Memory for Enterprise Servers

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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a world-leading producer of memory devices, is announcing that it has begun mass production of the industry’s first and most advanced 8Gb DDR4 memory and 32GB modules. Both of these will be manufactured utilizing Samsung’s new 20-nm (nanometer) process technology, and are geared toward use in enterprise servers. Using these new 8Gb DDR4 chips, Samsung initiated ... Read More »

Gaming PC Under $800 (US) – Our Build Of The Week

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Today we’re introducing an all new weekly segment called Build Of The Week. In it, we’ll be providing custom PC build lists tailored for specific-uses and budgets, these builds are curated by our best and brightest to be guaranteed to meet your needs. – This week, we’re providing our readers with an $800 (USD) gaming PC build that is capable of ... Read More »

Intel’s Pentium G3258 – Budget Overclocker’s Dream or Big Bust?

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INTRODUCING THE NEW PENTIUM G3258 The Intel Pentium G3258 Anniversary Edition CPU represents the first time Intel has allowed for overclocking on a Pentium series part since the introduction of it’s Core family of processors in 2009. What makes this worth writing about is the fact that this is Intel’s first enthusiast grade processor to be released at under $100, ... Read More »

Kanex GoPower Pack-11,000 mAh Battery Pack Review

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With mobile devices more necessary in our daily lives it’s becoming extremely important to make sure that they’re charged up and ready to go at a moments notice. That can obviously be an issue for some, especially if you find yourself out and about for long periods of time without any sort of outlets nearby. Thankfully, devices like the GoPower ... Read More »

Windows 10 Hands-On Review – Microsoft Makes Big Steps Forward

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Recently Microsoft unveiled the next version of its massively popular Windows operating-system: Windows 10. The oddly named successor to Windows 8 aims to bring back the familiarity of Windows 7, while still bringing something new and fresh to the table. After the lukewarm reception of Windows 8, Microsoft is obviously attempting to distance the next version of their OS by ... Read More »

ASUS Strix GTX 970 OC Review – Silent But Deadly

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When nVidia announced their 10th generation Maxwell architecture it was hotly anticipated and back in February we got to see the first GPUs based on it: the GM107 based 750 and 750 Ti. While those products offered much in terms of power efficiency, they were but a taste of what was to come. After months of waiting and delays, nVidia ... Read More »

Graphics Cards – Making The Step Up From Integrated Graphics

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A few months back we posted an article outlining what a graphics card is, in layman’s terms. We went one step further and demonstrated the overall graphics processing power of a single graphics card, then went beyond that by installing another graphics card in two card SLI configuration, with Zotac’s GeForce GTX 680 AMP! Edition. But really, why do you ... Read More »

Technology X Affiliate Reviews for October 6, 2014

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Reading the news today is extremely upsetting, depressing almost. Everything is changing including how we watch the NHL. Yes, the National Hockey League.  Maybe that is not what you were expecting me to say, but it is. We will now have to watch the games on new channels, being commentated by new people on different days, the crazyness of it ... Read More »

Gigabyte GA-Z97-D3H Motherboard User Review

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I’m sure all of you have heard the ‘ole saying “you get what you pay for”, and today I think we may just change your mind on that saying. It’s not very often that you see budget motherboards sporting the latest and greatest features available, yet Gigabyte has done just that and loaded it’s GA-Z97-D3H ATX motherboard with some features ... Read More »

Turtle Beach Earforce Z22 & Z60 Amplified PC Gaming Headset Review

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When it comes to PC gaming headsets there are few manufacturers in the industry that need no introduction. Today, Technology X has the privilege to delve deep into this category with none other than Turtle Beach. Turtle Beach has more than 35 years of audio experience, which means they have probably been producing high quality audio headsets longer than most of ... Read More »

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